Is Everyone OK?

Frantic, Kneehigh ... and nabokov?

There's a great preview of IS EVERYONE OK? on the This Is Plymouth website in advance of our run at The Drum this week, with some nice things about us in it.

"Somecompanies do seem to have the knack of coming up trumps on an enviable number of occasions," writes someone or other who sadly is denied a byline and therefore proper attribution.

"They lodge in our brains, and we recognise their names with a sense of warm anticipation. Coming instantly to mind are Frantic Assembly, Kneehigh, Kesselofski and Fiske ... And on the strength of only two previous productions here, the new writing production company nabokov look as if they might be among those worth keeping an eye on."

Well, we're mightily honoured to be spoken of in the same breath as Frantic and Kneehigh, for starters, and we're always delighted if we manage to provide a sense of warm anticipation. So thank you very much anonymous staff writer. We hope you enjoy the show.

You can read the full article here.

IS EVERYONE OK? in Plymouth

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The IS EVERYONE OK? tour bus is revving up its engine in readiness for a road-trip to Plymouth, where the show plays for a week at The Drum, Theatre Royal.

Performances are nightly at 7:45pm from Tuesday 17 to Saturday 21 November, with a post-show talk with playwright Joel Horwood, director George Perrin and the gang on Thursday.

If you live down West Country way, or fancy a little road-trip yourself, we'd love to see you there.

Full details here.